Top jobs in demand in Malaysia

Best jobs in demand in Malaysia

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A knowledgeable counselor or education consultant  in Malaysia would be able to provide detailed information about the university and its courses, facts & evidence to support the job prospects for the course and in-depth information about  which university would be suit you. While an experienced counselor or education consultant would be able to analyse your results, understand your personality & skills to figure out which course and career suits you.

Part of finding the right career in Malaysia for you will be picking out the criteria that matters to most to you, and then seeing if any of the top private colleges or universities in Malaysia that you’re looking at fit those criteria. Choosing the right career in Malaysia is one of the most important decisions you will make in your life.  To help you develop a good list of criteria, you need to talk to the right counselors or education consultant who are knowledgeable and experienced.

EduSpiral Consultant Services seeks to advise students using evidence and facts to help them make the best decisions about their future after SPM, STPM or UEC.  At EduSpiral Consultant Services, we have counseled and helped thousands of students to choose the right course and private university to study in Malaysia. To find out which courses are high in demand in Malaysia, you can look at the Top 10 Courses in Demand in Malaysia.

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6 key sectors and their most sought-after occupations in Malaysia*

Malaysia must ensure a high-quality flow of talent supply to ensure a robust economy. This means maintaining a productive workforce and making sure there are no imbalances across the key sectors that drive the country’s economy.

To address this, the Critical Skills Monitoring Committee was established under the 11th Malaysia Plan to study skill mismatches in the labour market. As a result, the Pilot Critical Occupations List (COL) was published. The COL monitors and informs us about the most sought-after occupations by industry in Malaysia – here’s a look at the 42 jobs listed in the COL across six key sectors for 2015/2016:

Oil & Gas Sector

  • Geologists and Geophysicists
  • Industrial and Production Engineers
  • Civil Engineers
  • Mechanical Engineers
  • Chemical Engineers
  • Mining Engineers, Metallurgists and Related Professions
  • Engineering Professionals Not Elsewhere Classified
  • Accountants
  • Business Service Managers
  • Environmental and Occupational Health Inspectors and Associates
Electrical & Electronics Sector

  • Electrical Engineers
  • Electronic Engineers
  • Manufacturing Professionals
  • Policy and Planning Managers
  • Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Services Managers
  • Mathematicians, Actuaries and Statisticians
  • Industrial and Production Engineers
  • Mechanical Engineers
  • Engineering Professionals Not Elsewhere Classified
  • System Analysts
  • Software Developers
  • Applications Programmers
  • Electronics Engineering Technicians
  • Mechanical Engineering Technicians
  • Business Services Managers
Telco & Multimedia Sector

  • Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Services Managers
  • Database and Network Professionals Not Elsewhere Classified
  • Database Designers and Administrators
  • Business Services Managers
  • Mathematicians, Actuaries and Statisticians
  • Financial Analysts
  • Management and Organisation Analysts
  • Systems Analysts
  • Applications Programmers
  • System Administrators
  • Computer Network Professionals
  • Telecommunications Engineers

 

Information and Communications Technology (ICT) & Global Business
Services (GBS) Sector

  • Software Developers
  • Applications Programmers
  • Accounting Associate Professionals
  • Information and Communications Technology (ICT) User Support Technicians
  • Graphic and Multimedia Designers
  • Electronic Engineers
  • Personnel and Career Professionals
  • Computer Network Professionals
  • Software and Application Developers and Analysts Not Elsewhere Classified
  • System Administrators
  • Information and Communications Technology Services Managers
  • Mathematicians, Actuaries and Statisticians
  • Manufacturing Professionals
  • Accountants
  • Financial Analysts
  • Systems Analysts
  • Administrative Managers
Financial Services Sector

  • Finance Managers
  • Business Services Managers (Includes Compliance Managers)
  • Accountants
  • Financial and Investment Advisers
  • Financial Analysts
  • Personnel and Career Professionals
  • Systems Analysts
  • Applications Programmers
  • Credit and Loans Officers
  • Lawyers
  • Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Services Managers
  • Mathematicians, Actuaries and Statisticians
  • Securities and Finance Dealer and Brokers
  • Insurance Underwriters
  • Advertising and Marketing Professionals
  • Research and Development Managers
Accounting Sector

  • Finance Managers
  • Accountants
  • Financial Analysts

 

More about the COL and the Critical Skills Monitoring Committee

As part of efforts under the 11th Malaysia Plan to address skill mismatches in the labour market, the Critical Skills Monitoring Committee (CSC) was established, jointly led by TalentCorp and the Institute of Labour Market Information and Analysis (ILMIA), MOHR. One of the CSC’s key initiatives is to construct a COL that will be evidence-based and reflects the most sought-after occupations by industry, which may also be hard-to-fill positions.

The pilot COL covers six key economic sectors:

  1. Electrical & Electronics
  2. Oil & Gas
  3. Information and Communication
  4. Technology & Global Business Services (ICT & GBS)
  5. Telecommunications & Multimedia
  6. Financial Services and Accounting.

6 key sectors and their most sought-after occupations*

Talentcorp Critical Occupations List addressing Malaysia's talent shortages-leaderonomics-com

Talentcorp Critical Occupations List addressing Malaysia’s talent shortages-leaderonomics-com

A quick guide to the Critical Occupations List (COL) by TalentCorp & the Institute of Labour Market Information and Analysis (ILMIA)

What is the Critical Occupations List?

The Critical Occupations List (COL) identifies the jobs most in demand in key sectors of the economy, and for which industries may be facing shortages or difficulties in hiring.

It is developed by the Critical Skills Monitoring Committee (CSC), which is jointly led by TalentCorp and the Institute of Labour Market Information and Analysis (ILMIA). The input of the CSC would be used as part of the proposed Human Capital Council to be chaired by the Prime Minister to coordinate the Government’s human capital policies.

How was the Critical Occupations List (COL developed?

The COL combines a top-down and bottom-up approach, a framework developed together with the World Bank and is in line with what is practised in the United Kingdom. It is developed in three stages:

  1. Top-down analysis: National level statistics are rigorously analysed to detect occupations that are sought after. In particular, the Department of Statistics’ Labour Force Survey 2011-2014 is analysed to identify occupations exhibiting high employment and wage growth, an indicator of high demand.
  2. Bottom-up consultation: Results from the top-down analysis are then validated by the industry via a combination of surveys and consultations, in addition to engagements with sector regulators (eg MDEC for ICT and MCMC for telecommunications).
  3. Public consultation: The COL is released publicly and is open for feedback, providing the opportunity for government agencies, employers and individuals to provide further input or evidence on sought-after occupations.

How can we benefit from the Critical Occupations List (COL?

Understanding the specific skills that are in demand by key industries can help:

  1. The government coordinate policies and prioritise publicly financed initiatives, such as scholarships, reskilling programmes or inward immigration, to enhance the supply of sought-after skills in Malaysia.
  2. The industry to go beyond business as usual in its recruiting strategy, and to explore alternative measures such as targeting Malaysians abroad and investing further in developing sought-after skills, whether through in-house training or industry-academia collaboration.
  3. The general public such as parents and young talents, in selecting their course of study and career paths based on areas in demand.

When was the Critical Occupations List (COL published?

The pilot Critical Occupations List 2015/2016 was published in December 2015 based on labour data spanning 2011–2014. The pilot document identified 42 occupations from six key economic sectors as critical.

The list will continually be refined and updated on an annual basis to ensure that it remains relevant and provides an accurate and timely picture of skills imbalances in Malaysia.

The Most In Demand Jobs in Malaysia According to MyStarJobs, Kelly Services and Other Sources

According to MyStarJobs website, employers nationwide are now seeking talents in engineering, property and construction and administration.

In a survey by Kelly Services, a recruitment agency, employers are most likely to pay to relocate their talents in technical and revenue-generating positions, such as information technology (IT), engineering, banking and finance; and sales and marketing.
A salary guide by the firm showed an increase in the number of hot jobs in the technical field, with high demand in the IT sector followed by engineering, finance and marketing.
In IT, consultants in systems applications and products (SAP), business intelligence, pre-sales engineers, and Java developers continue to be in demand.
In Engineering, talents such as mechanical engineers, process engineers, civil engineers, and health, safety and environment managers are much sought after.
The Banking and Finance sector, which is expected to have 274,000 available jobs by 2020 in line with the Economic Transformation Programme, would see a demand for finance managers, senior accountants, auditors, and credit control managers over the coming years.

The salary guide also pointed out that those with at least four to six years and more of relevant experience in these sectors will see an approximate 3%-5% increase in their base income while an estimated 10% increase in basic salary could be expected by those with more than eight years.

The general employment situation in Malaysia continues to be positive as the government’s economic transformation programme is expected to create 3.3 million jobs by 2020 with the largest share in electronics and electrical (157,000 jobs), healthcare (89,000 jobs) and oil and gas (52,300 jobs).

“As in 2012, Malaysia continues to be a key Islamic and financial hub of Asia, hence positively resulting in the need for specialised talent in this sector, with a projected 274,000 jobs in the financial services sector by 2020.

“And due to more companies focusing on hiring the right talents to compete within their industry and markets, there is an undeniable demand for human resources professionals to aggressively focus on areas such as compensation and benefits, learning and development and talent acquisition and retention,” she added.

Talents are also being sought for people in business development, marketing, and public relations.
The survey shows that jobs in administration require a minimum of SPM qualification in turn providing a wage of  RM1,800 while the professional sector pay a minimum of RM3,000 to those with a degree.

Meanwhile, JobStreet.com’s country manager Chook Yuh Yng said the company’s recent Job Outlook Report anticipated that hiring activities in Malaysia might slow down in the third quarter due to the global economic situation, especially in the United States and Europe.

“While the overall sentiment on job growth in Malaysia rose by 7% from the third quarter of last year, most companies are not looking at any new hiring during this period.

Being in Sabah made it difficult for me to survey the universities in Peninsula. I found EduSpiral online and they provided detailed information & helped me with my application. They even took me around the university for a tour when I went to visit. Xavier Phang, Software Engineering at Asia Pacific University

Being in Sabah made it difficult for me to survey the universities in Peninsula. I found EduSpiral online and they provided detailed information & helped me with my application. They even took me around the university for a tour when I went to visit.
Xavier Phang, Software Engineering at Asia Pacific University

“Employers, however, did say they would be looking to fill more sales positions as sales jobs have increased by 15% in the third quarter of this year compared to 2012.”

According to Chook, accounting and finance was the next largest specialisation that employers were looking to fill, followed by marketing, manufacturing and administration.

The Graduate Employability Blueprint 2012-2017, released by the then Higher Education Ministry included employer reports which said that graduates lacked several “key characteristics” — a strong command of English, the right attitude and the ability to solve problems.

Commenting on the current employment situation, Education Ministry senior principal assistant secretary (Planning and Research Division) Dr Guan Eng Chan said 75% of graduates from both the private and public universities were gainfully employed or furthered their studies within six months of graduation.

American Malaysian Chamber of Commerce (AMCHAM) governor and Malaysian American Electronics Industry (MAEI) chairman Datuk Wong Siew Hai highlighted some of the problems that might affect the quality of graduates.

“The main problem is the command of English,” he said. He added that many fresh graduates also lacked the ability to express themselves and explain things. “When you ask them to tell you something about themselves, they struggle,” he said.

Dr Guan concurred, saying that knowing languages was an important factor. “It’s not just English. If you are multilingual, you stand a better chance to gain employment,” he said.

Other top jobs in demand in Malaysia are:

While some agents were pushing me to go for universities, EduSpiral took time to share information and take me and my friends for campus tours to help us make a better decision. Paul Kit, Finance at UCSI University

While some agents were pushing me to go for universities, EduSpiral took time to share information and take me and my friends for campus tours to help us make a better decision.
Paul Kit, Finance at UCSI University

Network engineer jobs in demand in Malaysia

Few jobs in the IT sector can match the attractiveness of a career in network engineering. Apart from being highly-paid, good network engineers are constantly sought after by the leading IT companies in Malaysia because of their specialisations.

Network engineers who strive to be at the top of their game must undertake a certified course in networking from a recognised institution or organisation such as the MCP (Microsoft Certified Professional), MCSE (Microsoft Certified System Engineer) or CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate).

Sales executive/marketing executive jobs in demand in Malaysia

A career in sales and marketing has proven to be a lucrative one for many employees, both fresh and experienced, for a very long time.

There is no denying the competitiveness of this area of work, but a sales and marketing executive who is prepared for the challenges that lie ahead will gain invaluable work experiences and attractive remuneration – on top of the commissions which are based on sales. The art of communicating is at the crux of the profession, therefore it is imperative for one to have commendable people skills and convincing power.

Accounting jobs in demand in Malaysia

Accountants have been in demand for years, and will continue to be in the time to come. The reason behind this fact is simple:

"I attended EduSpiral's Education Fair at KInta Riverfront after my SPM exam in December and obtained great information there. Although Asia Pacific University is famous for IT but I found out that they have a solid accounting programme and I can get a UK degree. I got a scholarship as well from APU." Julian Hum, from SMK St. Michael Institution, Ipoh studying Business at Asia Pacific University.

“I attended EduSpiral’s Education Fair at KInta Riverfront after my SPM exam in December and obtained great information there. Although Asia Pacific University is famous for IT but I found out that they have a solid accounting programme and I can get a UK degree. I got a scholarship as well from APU.”
Julian Hum, from SMK St. Michael Institution, Ipoh studying Business at Asia Pacific University.

accountants are useful to businesses and organisations of all sizes. They are the interpreters of financial information, which is crucial to almost every industry in existence in the world today.

In Malaysia, accountants can strive to attain a professional qualification from an accredited professional accounting association such as the ACA, ACCA or CIMA for an added advantage over others.

Electrical engineer/electronics engineering jobs in demand in Malaysia

Electrical and electronics engineers form the core of various technology-led companies in Malaysia. It comes as no surprise that the profession is still largely in demand now, and the trend is continued to increase in the next several years due to the higher enrolment of students into chemical and geological disciplines – which in turn is caused by the upsurge in the Malaysian oil and gas sector.

Electrical and electronics engineers who possess solid analytical and communication skills will have a clear advantage over the others.

Human Resource Management jobs in demand in Malaysia

Human resource is a highly desired job profile, and is a lucrative career path to those who possess the right skills set. Every organisation hires on a regular basis, and the HR department ensures that the company continues to attract quality human capital to gain an advantage over the competition. T

he HR executive profession is still very popular amongst graduates and is seen as the best starting point to being a HR manager in the future.

Software engineering jobs in demand in Malaysia

Software engineers are constantly designing, implementing and modifying software to suit the needs of a variety of applications. They are at the forefront of technology and play an indispensable part in the creation of quality software that is reliable yet affordable. The computer software engineer profession is one of the fastest growing in the region and is expected to pave the way for new jobs in the 2008-2018 decade.

IT consultant jobs in demand in Malaysia

IT consultants provide clients with solutions and advice on how to use IT to meet business objectives or solve problems. Through their services, IT consultants can streamline the structure and efficiency of an organisation, which in turn enables the

KBU International College Final year electrical & electronic engineering student, Yip Chee Hoe, with his project, "DC-DC Step Up Converter for Wind Turbine Application".

KBU International College Final year electrical & electronic engineering student, Yip Chee Hoe, with his project, “DC-DC Step Up Converter for Wind Turbine Application”.

organisation to function in a smoother and more effective manner. IT consultants are in demand in a various range of industries, including but not limited to MSC-status companies, IT firms as well as companies that have their own internal IT departments.

Telecommunication engineering jobs in demand in Malaysia

Telecommunication is the means of communicating through the transmission of signals. In today’s world, it is all around us – from 3G connectivity to streaming videos to mobile downloads, and so on.

Telecommunications engineers work behind the scenes to keep people connected, wherever they are, and are seen as in-demand professionals. In Malaysia, new job openings are available for fresh graduates within the many telecommunications providers operating within the country.

Corporate banking jobs in demand in Malaysia

Corporate bankers provide financial services to the clients of the bank they work for, and conduct such activities such as lending, clearing, investing deposits or organising specialist products. Upon joining, fresh graduates will be given on-the-job training to better themselves, especially when it comes to perfecting the skills required for relationship building with existing clients and marketing to bring new clients to the bank.

Petroleum engineering jobs in demand in Malaysia
The world continues to depend on petroleum as a major source of energy, and as such petroleum engineers are seen as an important asset in the exploration and production of oil and gas. Involved in almost every stage of the process, petroleum engineers apply different principles (engineering, geology, physics and chemistry) to efficiently extract this valuable resource from the earth.

Help! I Don’t Know Which is the Best Course to Choose to Study at the Top Private University in Malaysia

It is important to choose the right course to study – you don’t want to waste your time and money on a

EduSpiral Consultant Services staff have more than 15 years experience in counseling students

EduSpiral Consultant Services staff have more than 15 years experience in counseling students

course you don’t want to do (or end up dropping out of). To help you decide which course is right for you, make a list of courses that are of interest to you.

Is it a subject you have already studied? For example, maybe you loved the English subject and you read novels for pleasure in your own time. You can consider Teaching English as a Second Language, journalism or Mass Communication. In addition, you don’t have to do a journalism degree to become a journalist – many degrees are considered!

Maybe you’ve always been interested in computers and the internet at home, and enjoyed maths at school, so are considering a degree in computer science, a course subject you probably won’t have studied before. Experienced education counselors are able to analyse your interests, personality and exam results to help you make a list of possible courses for consideration.

Looking at your results in SPM could help you to decide which course you would be good at. If you are good in Maths & Physics then you can consider Engineering courses. Having good results in Chemistry, Biology & Maths, you can think of a career in Food Science, Pharmacy or Medicine. Talking to an experienced education advisor would help you to navigate through this confusing time of choosing the best course that fits you.

Many students after SPM make the mistake of just listening to advise without verifying whether the

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My friend introduced me to EduSpiral because for a long time after SPM I still did not know what and where to study. EduSpiral took time to explain the courses to me and even took me around the university for a tour.
Yammie Chau, Diploma in Business at UCSI University

information given is true or not. In addition, just because you have heard or seen a lot of advertisements by a particular university, doesn’t mean that it is the best in that course.

Many of the course counselors at the universities are paid by the universities to get you to register there, so their main motivation is to get you to register, not to help you make the right choice.

You should also ask yourself if you would still be interested in that subject for a further three or four years – enough to motivate yourself to work and research independently? Remember, you are going to work in this career for the next 50 years after graduation, therefore, you should have a high interest in the course.

The course that you choose should also have a job demand for you after you graduate. Choosing a course that you are passionate about without job demand and you may end up being jobless. Look for statistics and research to support whether there is a job demand for your future career in Malaysia or Singapore. Here at EduSpiral Consultant Services, we do our research on the job demand for the careers in Malaysia, Salary Reports, and universities so that we can advise our students based on facts and evidence.

Now why would you want to talk to EduSpiral Consultant Services when you can contact the private universities directly? Well, EduSpiral Consultant Services staff have more than 15 years experience in counseling students. Having worked in the private education industry, we have in-depth knowledge of each private university and college in what they are good at. We have worked with our partner universities and colleges for many years while the counselors at the private universities or agents’ offices change every few years therefore they would not have the in-depth knowledge of the courses and the university that they are working at.

How to Choose the Right Course to Study after SPM?

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My mother whatsapped EduSpiral & he provided vital information to help me make my decision to transfer my diploma.
Soon Hong, Marketing at HELP University

It can be confusing for students to choose the right major for their undergraduate degree studies in Malaysia. Preparations should have been made even before this time but fear not it is still not too late if you have not decided on a career path. It is important for you to research carefully the career that you intend to pursue.

Students after SPM or O-Levels would need to go through some sort of a Pre-University programme before entering into the degree course. Therefore, you still have about 1 to 1.5 years in your Pre-U programme to really figure out what to study for your degree.

It can be confusing to choose the right course after SPM. You should carefully think about what are the options available to you. To choose the best course that fits you, you need to consider the following:

  • Look at your results – what are your best & worst subjects, and which subjects are your favourite?
  • What are your interests & hobbies?
  • What is your passion?
  • Job demand for the career of choice. There is no point in choosing a course out of passion and then graduate to find out that you cannot get a job in that field.
  • Salary of the career of choice
  • Discuss the budget for your studies with your parents. There is no point in choosing a course like Pharmacy or Medicine, if you cannot afford it.

Ask a Knowledgeable & Experienced Education Consultant in Malaysia to Help you Choose the Right Course after SPM

Choosing a course to study after SPM is not a science, it is a process

Lonnie Sik, Founder of EduSpiral, has more than 15 years of experience counseling thousands of students on how to choose the right course & university

Lonnie Sik, Founder of EduSpiral, has more than 15 years of experience counseling thousands of students on how to choose the right course & university

in finding out who you are and what you are good at. An experienced Education Advisor would be invaluable in assisting you to choose the right course. Students need to talk to the right education counselors so that you get the right information to help you in making this life-changing decision.

Ask the right Education Counselors. Would you ask a Doctor on how to repair your car? Or would you ask a mechanic for medical advise? Although this sounds ridiculous, but many students do listen to advise from young and inexperienced counselors from universities, colleges or agents’ offices.  Talking to an experienced education advisor would help you to navigate through this confusing time of choosing the best course that fits you.

Experienced education counselors are able to analyse your interests, personality and exam results to help you make a list of possible courses for consideration. EduSpiral Consultant Services staff have more than 15 years experience in counseling students. Having worked in the private education industry, we have in-depth knowledge of each private university and college in what they are good at.

EduSpiral Consultant Services has worked with our partners which are top private universities and colleges in Malaysia for many years while the counselors at the private universities or agents’ offices change every few years therefore they would not have the in-depth knowledge of the courses and the university that they are working at.

Some of the Best Pre-University & Degree Programmes to Study in Malaysia

Best Pre-University Programmes in Malaysia

Top Engineering and Built Environment Courses in Malaysia

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After explaining in detail, EduSpiral took me & my parents to tour the campus & helped with the scholarship application.
Darren Fong, Engineering at Asia Pacific University

Outstanding Computing and Information Technology Courses in Malaysia

I whatsapped EduSpiral and got the information I needed about the university and course. He then arranged for me and my mother to meet up with APU counselors and to tour the campus as well. Li Jian, IT at Asia Pacific University

I whatsapped EduSpiral and got the information I needed about the university and course. He then arranged for me and my mother to meet up with APU counselors and to tour the campus as well.
Li Jian, IT at Asia Pacific University

First Rate Applied and Health Sciences in Malaysia

The Best Business & Accounting Courses in Malaysia

EduSpiral explained the pathway to become an actuaries & gave facts on why Heriot-Watt is the best for actuarial science. We also toured the campus and hostel. Weng Hang, Heriot-Watt University Malaysia

EduSpiral explained the pathway to become an actuaries & gave facts on why Heriot-Watt is the best for actuarial science. We also toured the campus and hostel.
Weng Hang, Heriot-Watt University Malaysia

Excellent Social Science Courses in Malaysia

Top Design Courses in Malaysia

I was confused about what to study and talking to EduSpiral gave me a sense of direction. Hoh Ching, Diploma in Creative Media at KDU Penang University College

I was confused about what to study and talking to EduSpiral gave me a sense of direction.
Hoh Ching, Diploma in Creative Media at KDU Penang University College

First Rate Hospitality and Culinary Arts Courses in Malaysia

Education and Music Courses in Malaysia

Study at the Best Private Universities and Colleges in Malaysia

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EduSpiral helped me to find the right college for A-Levels, & now they have helped me to choose what to study after my A-Levels.
Chee Kin, Actuarial & Finance degree at UCSI University

Switzerland

Malaysia

  1. Heriot-Watt University Malaysia
  2. Curtin University, Sarawak campus
  3. Asia Pacific University (APU) 
  4. APIIT
  5. UCSI University
  6. Taylor’s University
  7. Taylor’s College Subang Jaya and Sri Hartamas
  8. UCSI University Sarawak Campus
  9. First City University College
  10. HELP University
  11. HELP Academy
  12. KDU University College Utropolis Glenmarie
  13. KDU College Damansara Jaya
  14. KDU University College Penang
  15. YTL International College of Hotel Management
  16. IACT College
  17. Point College
  18. Saito College
  19. Nilai University
  20. Reliance College

EduSpiral Consultant Services- Your Personal Online Education Advisor

Established since 2009, EduSpiral Consultant Services helps provide information and counselling

EduSpiral arranged for me and my mother to meet up with the lecturer at HELP to get a deeper understanding of the course, and also got me a scholarship! Cavan Stefan at HELP University

EduSpiral arranged for me and my mother to meet up with the lecturer at HELP to get a deeper understanding of the course, and also got me a scholarship!
Cavan Stefan at HELP University

on courses and universities in Malaysia.

EduSpiral Consultant Services represents the best colleges and universities in Malaysia offering a wide range of choices for students to choose from. These colleges and universities offer value for money in the quality of education and excellent facilities that you get.

These universities and colleges are chosen by EduSpiral because they represent the best in their fields in Malaysia and affordable. EduSpiral provides in-depth information and counseling on their courses so that students are able to make the right choice.

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Posted on September 4, 2014, in Choosing the right course, IT Jobs, Job Outlook, Jobs with high salary, The best jobs and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. Hello, I’m here to ask you about the difference between Dietitian and Nutritionist. Which of them have a higher demand and also a higher salary ? And also which university or college is famous in these kind of courses.

  2. hello, i need ask about demand job.
    is that not job demand for healthcare career?? Why it wasn’t give any info in this website??
    What are the job of healthcare is demand in future?? Thank u

  3. Hello, i’m currently studying diploma in Business Administration and will like to further study to B.A. (Hons) Business with Management or even get ICSA, but some said ICSA students are mostly females, why is it so? (by the way I’m a Male) . Upon studying, i heard some of them saying that this course (Business Administration) although it provides a wide jobs career but the salary is quite low. Besides, some even said Accounting is way more better in terms of the job and salary. what should i do then, I really need some advice regarding on this matter. Please do help me,,thx.

    • There is a demand for good Chartered Secretaries and Personal Assistants. Salaries vary, some may have low salaries because they are lazy and stupid, so we can’t really tell. If you are hardworking, initiative, smart, confident, proficient in English, then your salary should be high. It all depends on you.

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